A black Hole as far as gravity has the pull of hundreds of suns that is the BS about it.. Superman is not close to that power. Superman would have to fly faster then light to escape it's pull and even then it's not for sured he could do it then...
If real human scientists can theoretically create and maintain (teeny-weeny) black holes in their very nonKryptonian machines, certainly the Man 'o Steel can do it, even with less-teeny-weeny holes.
A black hole's (proportionally) immense gravity is has to do with its density in relation to its size, not just absolute mass. Red supergiant stars have tremendous mass but low density, hence they are not black holes. Conversely, if you compress a human being into a small enough radius, you can create a black hole.
Shinier than a speeding bullet.
Guys I keep telling you. Superman is the most overwritten, abused character in the history of "anything" LOL Im sure he could do anything if his writers deemed it so. It's called PIS(Plot Induced Stupidity) Just like Superman is suppose to have 1000 years of martial arts experience, yet he has never done any martial arts in movies or comics. That is why his character is kinda gay. One minute he's hurt by kryptonite, next minute he's immune to it. Plus there's like 6 different Supermen(Prime,Allstar, Post Crisis, Pre Crisis, etc) It's ridiculous.
Yes, seeing as he's not a man of this world our basic human components would be significantly different than that of his.
"Just as our muscles and skeleton are adapted to earth's gravity … Superman's body must be adapted to the much larger gravity of Krypton,"
"There is some theory that gravity is carried by subatomic particles
that are called gravitons. Gravitons are something we have not
yet detected... theoretically they will travel in waves much like
light waves or electromagnetic waves. If Superman has a way
of generating gravitons within his own body.. assuming
gravitons exist. He would be flying by essentially riding
by waves of gravity in his immediate environment.."
Of course he doesn't in the movies. Superman doesn't know martial arts in them. Look in the superman respect thread, there are instances of him using martial arts against opponents.
Only if you read his comics out of order. Superman has steadily been gaining resistance to Kryptonite over the last few years. It's not like one issue it drops him and the next it doesn't.
Is it so hard to except this feat? Even I can think of a pseudo scientific answer. Using his ability to manipulate Gravitons, Superman focuses his solar reserves into cancelling out the Black holes gravity. See? That makes sense in a comic booky way.